Here for your consideration is a great Sony DSC-H20 digital camera. This one is in great shape, showing very little wear.
Over the past couple years, I've had several of these H20s pass through my hands, and I have been impressed with their both their build quality and the images they produce. This is the first one I've been able to offer under $50, but it works as well as any of the others have.
It's got a terrific Carl Zeiss lens, equivalent to 38-380mm and is a very handy size. It also LOOKS like a real camera and has a decent grip. There are multiple modes and adjustability and a very effective flash. Altogether, a VERY nice little camera, made in Japan (NOT China). . .and a great buy, given that it cost $698 new just a few years ago. I've taken quite a few pictures with this one, and it works perfectly.
The camera comes with an OEM battery, an OEM charger, a 4GB Sony memory stick, a multi-card reader for the memory stick (important, since Sony stuff is proprietary), the factory transfer cord and a Swiss Army soft case that fits perfectly and even has a neck strap (a really nice feature that has all but disappeared).
As much as I'd like for you to buy my item, I know there are others available for what appear to be lower prices. Think about it: You buy an "untested" camera like this one, for $20. Then you have to buy a charger for $10, a battery for $10, a memory stick for $10 and a case for $10. You now have $60 in an untested camera that may have a ton of unforeseen problems. For $15 LESS, you could have bought a (probably) nicer example from a reputable seller (not necessarily me) who had examined and thoroughly checked the camera before listing it. Sometimes, you really DO get what you pay for!
Note: This is a small camera that is CAPABLE of shooting short videos...but it is not really a video camera (nor is any camera of this class). If you plan to shoot video regularly, do both of us a favor and buy a real video camera.
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